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. bart management says the contract also lets them update technology without always needing union approval. here's reaction on the vote from both management and union officials. >> on want to think our members for the think-our members for these issues that are important i want to thank. --. >> the hard working employes will see a wage increase and of course the rapid increase in technology and equipment. that is something that we read not able to. will help bart implement everything from wireless handheld devices to the simple use of email istead of hand-written notes. going forward.the contract will need final approval from the bart board.the vote will likely come at a board meeting on november 21-st. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend, this teacher that was tragically shot. been remembered. . soon, californians from sacramento to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance. those who need financial assistance will get it. and nobody will be denied because of a pre-existing condition. welcome to a new state of health. welcome to covered california.
.gov has been plagued with glitches. >> information technology provider we're doing everything we can to assist those contractors who make health care.gov a highly reliable system. >> the government identified two experts working on this project. miky dickerson is a engineer on leave from google, greg gershman previously worked for the white house >> we're learning more about a vicious dog attack in antioch. last night a man walking his dogs when two loose dogs attacked three neighbors rushed outside and tried to help. >> there was a lady across the street who was brave. she came out and started squirting water on the pit bull. another guy down the street ended up getting in the fight i think he went to the hospital. another girl went to the hospital. the neighbors were really helpful. >> none of the injuries was serious, one dog was shot by a police officer the second and a puppy returned to the scene, captured by animal control officers the owner has ten days to come forward or the dogs will be put down. >> a lawyer for the sonoma county sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 13-yea
's shareholders meeting. >> we think it's our responsibility as a technology provider and technology industry to serve all of our customers and the federal government is one of our customers. we are helping them in every way we can. >> also today, republican congressman darrell issa of southern california subpoenaed health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius, demanding couples to and information related to the website. >>> the bay area's own tesla motors just gave drivers of its high-end electric car an extension cord, of sorts it is a key network of its new super charging stations built especially for road trips. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom, has the story. >> get the charge cord. plugged in right there. >> reporter: since dawn gordon wylie got a tesla model s, there's one place she hasn't been in a while do you miss gas stations at all? >> not one bit. >> reporter: the highest end model s can go 265 miles on a charge. that's about from here to san luis obispo and yet, there's a pair of tesla sedans making a trip longer than that. >> driving from san diego to vancouver using
's our responsibility as a technology provider and technology industry to serve all of our customers and the federal government is one of our customers. we are helping them in every way we can. >> also today, republican congressman darrell issa of southern california subpoenaed health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius, demanding couples to and information related to the website. >>> the bay area's own tesla motors just gave drivers of its high-end electric car an extension cord, of sorts it is a key network of its new super charging stations built especially for road trips. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom, has the story. >> get the charge cord. plugged in right there. >> reporter: since dawn gordon wylie got a tesla model s, there's one place she hasn't been in a while do you miss gas stations at all? >> not one bit. >> reporter: the highest end model s can go 265 miles on a charge. that's about from here to san luis obispo and yet, there's a pair of tesla sedans making a trip longer than that. >> driving from san diego to vancouver using our recently opened network of
technology reporter david louie has the story. >> electronic art use fly over of fighter jet to launch next generation war fare game battlefeld 4. legacy game maker fight its own battle try to change with new technology and how people play game. game console were king then in 2007 this shifted game player social immediate why platform. smart phone game devices. he had to change but hadn't gone smoot smoothly. >> branched out into mobile. something lick 80 percent of the revenue in a recent quarter come from non-console but from the digital side. not enough revenue to keep them on the expansion path. >> now rough water here. revenue dropped 31 percent in the last quarter. daily users dropped 45 percent. more change in the game industry is coming. this room, game industry is going through a changing of the guard. old guard making way for whole new young group of people. inventive people. some of whom are from over seas. start up from china south korea here prototype of new virtual reality game systems are set for rae lease next year. more choices for players. more competition for
in which google described to us a way for the bay area to learn about technology. that is as much as we know. >> with answers so vague i decided to go in undercover it's halloween. >> i'm i want permission to go inside do you know who i could talk to. >> i have no idea. you have to research that because i have no idea, i don't know what it is back there. >> all we know now is that google has promised to release information once the project is completed. with construction still ongoing that may awhile. on treasure island, lee ann, abc 7 news. >> we keep trying. well it is throw back thursday and since halloween we post photo of the member of the 7 news team in the childhood halloween costumes to facebook twitter and instagram. go to our pages and make your guess. tell you who this young lady is just ahead here. throw back thursday kind of fun. >> well talk to spencer great night for the trick or treert. >> it was indeed. lovely afternoon and really nice fechbing. it's cool now and hope you have enough clothes to keep you warm. here's the skies around the bay area. temperatures d
advertising this type of technology to enhance normal function. >> is it risky? >> there are risks, certainly, so i would be concerned about that. >> but have you done it? >> not personally. >> wouldn't you want to experiment and see wait'shat it's like? >> we have done piloting with it. what you feel is ting willing but it goes away and is >>> we are looking at partly cloudy skies around the bay area this morning. the temperatures a little chilly in spots in the north bay valleys, down into the mid- 30sthere right now. 40s and 50s elsewhere outside. i think as we head toward the afternoon, mostly sunny skies, the temperatures will be a little bit warmer today as high as 68 degrees in livermore. 57 and cool in pacifica, and 60 into san francisco. halloween should be more sunshine and warmer weather, staying dry through the weekend. >>> one brand of hot sauce is burning up the market earning $60 million in one year but some people say they're paying the price for sriracha's success. only on "cbs this morning" we take you inside the plant at the center of
distractions. >> technology neighbors it on the market, consumers use it in the car and officers can show this is not a safe driving practice based on our experience, and we'll take the appropriate enforcement action. >> reporter: beatty says she is not mad at the officers, just worries california's laws aren't evolving as fast as the modernday technology in our lives. >> think that now it would be interesting to have more answers to have our laws more fresher because technology changes so fast and laws don't. and that's a big problem. >> reporter: what about gps? you're allowed to have it in the car but where you place it is important, either on the driver's left-hand side dashboard or the passengers's side. but you can't put it near that rear view mirror. live in berkeley, mark kelly, kpix 5. >> she plans to fight the ticket in court. >>> a top secret project is under way on treasure island. google has everything to do the with the warming that's being built. as allen martin discovered, the more you ask about the project, the deeper the mystery surrounding it grows. >> it's like hiding
the authority to introduce new technology without union approval. they are pleased about the 15% and half% increase with the length of the contract and gains on the issue of safety. >> we are looking forward to have tunnels and stations. delight in those. we believe it will make it safe not only for workers but for riders. >> everyone is stuck in 1972 in a lot of ways and our contract is stuck in 1972 and when we fought for was a right to modernize and the right to move ahead. >> it calls for a computerized tracking safety for complaints and clearing mohr brush along the tracks. this came to the forefront after two workers were hit and killed on a bart train during the strike. >> here is another one. they will add dutch doors at every booth. they will also be installed at the oakland coliseum station. >> they will employ $200 a month for healthcare and the trick grows to 144-dollars a month for the last. >> they include cutting overtime costs and they won't be able to take unpaid leave and then by working on their days off. >> there are new he questions about whether the state failed to o
for more than 75 technology companies. microsoft andiamer donated costumes for every child. >>> halloween is trending. also lakers. they are playing the warriors tonight in the season opener. >> boo, boo. boo. >> it will be a good game. >> boo to the lakers. >> absolutely. >> daylight saving time a reminder to set your clocks back one hour sunday morning. entourage the popular hbo series going turned into a movie. and bob barker the former price is right show host is returning to the show for his 90th birthday. >> he can still bring it. >> he can. >>> happy birthday. and you can follow us on twitter at #cbssf. >> there is a lot of history in the home where steve jobs grew up. >>> the city of los altos would like to preserve the home where steve jobs grew up. the historical commission voted unanimously to designate the property as a historic site. so any renovations of the home have to be approved. apple's cofounder built some of his first computers inside the house with stev wozniak. his sister now owns the house. >>> oakland's tagging numbers are up 60% higher than a couple years ago so
technology to recover stolen vehicles. when a car comes up stolen police are immediately alerted. last year richmond had the highest auto theft in the nation. auto theft is down 3% since cameras were installed last may. >>> high temperatures today were about like yesterday. maybe a little bit cooler we had a lot of cloud cover. no wind but cloud cover and that kept things in the cool side until later on in the day. sun came out and you got to 65. and the hot spot if you will would be santa rosa at 66- degree. tomorrow's daytime highs will be slightly warmer. if you're traveling tomorrow look at all that is heading out into the plains and upper northwest into if ohio river valley. some delays are to be expected. we're in the dry zone. you can see this system right here as it sort of moves off. i will telestrate it for you. 2-1/2 feet of snow in the sierra in the highest locations. that's a lot of snow for this time of year. i mean we've had more snow early in the season but that was a pretty good snow event. if you're in the lake tahoe area you know what i'm talking about. forecast highs tom
at river gasoline -- glenn are upset. the technology room is not so advanced today. the computers on the on the dese older than the students. 31 new ipads and laptops were on champion station but over the weekend someone took them. >> my kid said, why would someone steal from kids? sad. sad. >> it is terrible. we spent last year fundraising. >> the 60 new laptops and 120 new ipads were behalf of the not enough to meet the deductible so replacements are not coming. 118 are left for 550 students. >> hundreds, maybe thousand thousands of work. it is devastating to the entire community that we lost this, it is a huge amount of money. >> carlos says this puts back the teachers' efforts to get them ready for the start of next year's testing. sometimes the hard lessons are not learned in class. >> we teach respect is because when they are out of our school and work in our part of the larger society they have to respect other people's property. this is an example of someone who didn't respect them as students or respect our school and they do not respect our property. >> the parent teache
. the technology had just been purchased last year and was primarily used for the third through fifth graders. parents had spent the past two and a half years fund-raising to buy the ipads and laptops for the two-way spanish/english school. parents were told they were worth about $70,000 and because it fell below the deductible, the district could not replace everything. >> for somebody to not have a cons shins and go and take -- conscience and go and take from the kids, it's really sad. now we're basically out. so we don't know what's gonna happen now. we're looking at how do we repurpose the machines. or what can we do with them to fill the void for right now? >> reporter: the principal says the children are very disappointed and this will have a hard-hitth effect on the students who don't have computers at home. the schools' parent group is looking for ways to raise money again to buy the ipads and computers. but they know it will be a challenge. if you would like to donate go to our home page. the district side simons element hear school had a break- in over the weekend and some computer
hayward to foster city so no problem out there. >> 4:55. a new recycling law is in effect technology, it will be illegal to have containers with a california redemption value of stuff that isn't. until now the centers allowed you to mix milk and wine bolts and other food containers with bottles and cans but now the other materials have to be separated from the containers. you will get a better rate if the cans and bottles and only scrap for everything else. >> a school is raising money for a dog injured when the owners were hit and killed by a drunk driver. children at the school want to donate money to the humane society caring for teddy, the chihuahua. the kids are buying tickets on guess the number of candy corns. the owners, mr. and mrs. singh were walking him on friday and a suspected drunk driver struck them. they have three children. the driver is in custody. teddy has brain swelling but the vets say he will recover. the children at the elementary school are grateful they can help the family by helping today didn't. >> body language is not just for first dates but dogs respond
in san diego tuesday after being pulled over for speeding on i-15. she is a technology developer and cited for driving too fast and wearing her google glass headset. she says that it is not illegal. a state ordinance bans viewing monitors in a field of vision but we do not know if it is covered. >> trick-or-treating weather is looking good. >> a lot of sunshine. people like the clouds and the cooler weather and that is in the forecast. i will show you something special on twitter. one of the treats for dealing with the wicked cold is you get to see this, the northern lights it is dancing through the sky and looks spectacular. you get an idea of how glorious it can be. radar satellite, live doppler 7 hd, showing the dry air and what it is doing in the high pressure with our winds variable and napa has a guest of 20 miles per hour but more an anomaly than anything else. we are in the upper 60's to low 50's but los gatos is the exception at 66. we will be ten degrees warmer than that in the next two or flee hours -- three hours. you can see how beautiful mount tamalpais is. it will
it might be is a way what google described to us a way for the bay area to learn about technology. >> with answers so vague, i decided to go in. under cover. i took advantage of the fact it's halloween. >> okay. ready. >> hello. >> hi. >> my name is lyanne melendez. i wanted permission to go inside >> you can't go back there. >> do you know who i can talk to? >> have you to research . that i don't know what is back there. >> all we know is that google promised to release information once this project is completed with construction still ongoing, that may be awhile. >> so cute, leanne. that is great. coast guard has been getting heat for refusing to explain what it saw. today it clarified it does the same for any business in a similar situation saying this. the coast guard has an obligation to protect sensitive information for a company's business interests depend on it. >> we're on the story >> right >> leanne is on the case >> in disguise. >> there is more ahead tonight. coming up michael finney with a warning about how to pay for holiday shopping. >> also, mac and cheese how kra
agencies to have a process for an early warning alarm technology, that would mean something like a portable track train detector, something they could put on the tracks and then make sure that if a train was coming the workers could actually hear that, what they want is something to look at that, a written report in two years and maybe something in place by four years from now, again it starts at 9:30 this morning. >> last night passengers on a flight finally arrived at sfo but not before they made a landing in alaska there, it was diverted when a warning light flashed on. there are photos, the spokesman said they acted with caution, it carried 167 passengers and 11 crew, almost double the population of the place where they landed, a second plane was sent there to take every one to sfo. >> a special panel has been studying that. coming up i could tell you we could learn if you no longer have to put those up. >> an explosion there injured one and burned one. they report a small gas cannister blew up while they were cooking food. a 10-year-old complained of pain and an adult had burns to the
, the technologies on the airplanes are safer and the way the airplanes are built makes it more possible. >> each airline must submit it's device plan for regulation. the rule may not be instantaneous. an estimated two-thirds of passengers carry mobile phones or smartphones on board and 40% have tablets. what the faa didn't make clear is whether video calls using the internet can be used while on airplanes. >> most of the airplanes can't support video chat, whether it's facetime or other video services. so if you use that, you slow down the experience for everybody. and on some systems you may even be booted off. >> one passenger wonders if more devices will be carried on board? >> who knows what the next thing for kids will be. it could be noisier on the plane. >> there are two exceptions to the new rules. laptops still need to be turned off before takeoff and landing and in low visibility landing the crew may ask for all devices to be shut off. in san jose, david loui, abc7 news. >> on tuesday the san jose city council is expected to take up a firearms ordinance to deal with a wild pig problem.
are safer, the technologies on the airplanes are safer and the way the airplanes are built makes it more possible. >> each airline must submit it's plan for regulation. the rule may not be instantaneous. an estimated two-thirds of passengers carry mobile phones or smartphones on board and 40% have tablets. what they didn't make clear is whether video calls are whether video calls are available on board. >> most of the airplanes can't support video chat, whether it's face time or other video services. so if you lose that, you slow down the experience for everybody. and on some systems you may even be booted off. >> one passenger wonders if more twices will be carried i don't know board? >> who knows what the next thing for kids will be. it could be knowsier on the plane. >> laptops still need to be turned off before takeoff and landing and in low visibility landing the crew may ask for all devices to be shut off. in san jose, david loui, abc7 news. >>> on tuesday the san jose city council is expected to take up a firearms ordinance to help deal with a wild pig problem. the feral pigs have
serve you drinks. how about a robot to help your child prepare for a career in technology? in a story you'll see only on nbc bay area, business and tech reporter scott budman is here with a look at the future of play, is that right, scott? >> reporter: absolutely right, raj. playing to help young people learn. if you think about it, these are toys that can help build the next generation of engineers. we got a first look at the robot of the future right here. it's a robot that can bang out a tune. more importantly, it's a robot that can teach your children about technology which may prepare them for a job. >> we're trying to teach kids, you know, the logic and the kind of the fundmental concept of how programming works. >> reporter: mountain view startup play-i gave us a first look inside their facility and at their robot. which can engage young people and will do what you tell them to do through a series of commands from your touchscreen device. >> we believe that, you know, understanding computer programming is as important as reading, writing and arithmetic. that's kind of a core sk
supervision from parents who aren't up to speed with the latest technology. >> she's moved on to instagram and the other one snapchat or something. now they have moveed to other technology the parents haven't figured out yet. >> this trend is enough to spook some facebook investors. but a bright spot for the company is that its mobile users shot up some 45% from last year. >>> well, media mogul oprah winfrey is selling items from several parts of her home, paintings, sculptures antique furniture, even scooters will be auctioned off all tomorrow. >> should be good. teresa garcia explains how oprah's downsizing supports a good cause. >> reporter: would you like to buy a 19th century french chandelier or an electric bike? these are just some of 317 personal belongings of oprah winfrey up for auction. >> some of these paintings i looked at i admired. >> reporter: from fine art and antiques to self-portraits the items are available for preview before saturday's grand auction at the santa barbara polo and racquet club. >> it could be something like a coffee mug to a personal picture, favorite of
on the unintended consequences of a new law. and the boy with the bionic hand. new technology lets most anyone create the most amazing things. >> making your kids happy is like the most rewarding thing you can have as a dad. captioning sponsored by cbs
been minor changes. and it has been more secure as the technology has allowed that to happen. at the same time as you just heard from mr. jenky that a lot of people who are involved in this industry including representatives from lava bit and silent circle believe that it is no longer a form of communication that can be are -- that can be trusted. dark mail would be e-mail 3.0. let's have a whow whole new structure of receiving and sending e-mails but everything is going to be encrypted in multiple ways and multiple levels. the key is perfect mobile secrecy. right now the things is https. you see the lock icon that means everything is being secured by s.s.l. and this is long and boring. so i'm going to cut myself off right there. but i'll tell you that that's really secure. but once that single key is compromised all the data itself is compromised. what this would do, it would allow the individual user ona the smartphone or the lap to be to decode the messages. and the information would never be served on servers unless it's fully encrypted. and everybody in that case the dar
by the new economy. the new technology boom. rising real estate values across the bay are starting to have an effect in places like hayward driving some residents out. >> any low income populations are finding it more and more difficult to be on the bay, near the bay and the poorer you are the more you are being pushed into the central valley and away from the bay. >> reporter: at the same time, 20,000 latinos moved into hayward. mostly immigrants but they may not be able to stay long. >> it's like a place holder until these properties get, their value goes up enough then they will be replaced. >> reporter: isabel nava knows the story firsthand. she grew up in hayward and is moving. hayward not only has b.a.r.t. but housing that's less expensive than across the bay. >> if i could have afforded a nice house in the triangle or outer mission or something i would have. but we reluck -- reluctant. we are where we are. >> yeah, we love oakland. >> reporter: those new more affluent residents are also bringing new business. >> i've been here since january and i know i've seen at least about five
bernard spoke one on one to the man himself who says he is using technology and not paint to create works of act. works of art. >> the abstract beauty. there are even simple portraits. it is one of the biggest names in contemporary art. >> people don't look very hard at the world. i do and i do something with this and i think that's what people might like. >> he has brought 300 pieces of his work to the museum. it is the largest exhibit ever staged here. 18,000 square feet. his first love will always be oil and canvas like this remarkable work that is 12 feet high. but lately he is moving into uncharted territory by us by using an iphone to paint pictures. >> these, woulds were created with a simple app on his ipad. we caught up with the 76-year-old and he said his thumb on the glass screen was all he needed to create the images. >> does it give you the freedom, the canvas and the oil paint would? >> you do get a big freedom with it. there are limitations like everything. >> elsewhere he uses nine video cameras mounted on a car to capture the four sons this english country road. the resul
technology and not paint to create works of act. works of art. >> the abstract beauty. there are even simple portraits. it is one of the biggest names in contemporary art. >> people don't look very hard at the world. i do and i do something with this and i think that's what people might like. >> he has brought 300 pieces of his work to the museum. it is the largest exhibit ever staged here. 18,000 square feet. his first love will always be oil and canvas like this remarkable work that is 12 feet high. but lately he is moving into uncharted territory by us by using an iphone to paint pictures. >> these, woulds were created with a simple app on his ipad. we caught up with the 76-year-old and he said his thumb on the glass screen was all he needed to create the images. >> does it give you the freedom, the canvas and the oil paint would? >> you do get a big freedom with it. there are limitations like everything. >> elsewhere he uses nine video cameras mounted on a car to capture the four sons this english country road. the result is something unexpected and pretty cool. >> he has captured all of
ever for visa fraud and abuse. infosist describes himself as a technology outsources company. it's reportedly agreed to pay $34 million to settle with the u.s. attorney's office. infosist brought temporary workers from india to the u.s. on visitor visas, paid them lower salaries, and undercut american workers who were qualified for those jobs. >>> on wall street the dow industrials closed to a record high today. the dow finished four points above it's previous high. nasdaq added 12. the fed announcement is set for tomorrow. >>> the nasdaq exchange had to halt trading because of data glitch. it blames human error. the exchange has experienced high profile glitches. >>> advocacy groups say that mcdonalds is only a minor contributor to the ronald mcdonald charities. mcdonalds rejects the results and says it's proud of the support it has shown to that clarity. >>> the doctor who performed the autopsy on lou reed has confirmed he died of liver failure. his doctor said reed's condition could no longer be treated so the singer chose to return to his long island home where he died at th
himself as a technology outsources company. it's reportedly agreed to pay $34 million to settle with the u.s. attorney's office. infosist brought temporary workers from india to the u.s. on visitor visas, paid them lower salaries, and undercut american workers who were qualified for those jobs. >>> on wall street the dow industrials closed to a record high today. the dow finished four points above it's previous high. nasdaq added 12. the fed announcement is set for tomorrow. >>> the nasdaq exchange had to halt trading because of data glitch. it blames human error. the exchange has experienced high profile glitches. >>> advocacy groups say that mcdonalds is only a minor contributor to the ronald mcdonald charities. mcdonalds rejects the results and says it's proud of the support it has shown to that clarity. >>> the doctor who performed the autopsy on lou reed has confirmed he died of liver failure. his doctor said reed's condition could no longer be treated so the singer chose to return to his long island home where he died at the age of 71 with his wife at his side. >>> concerns about se
that they said they cannot reveal sensitive proprietary affirmation, and new technologies and other trade secrets. >> so at least we know it is not something that could harm the bay or u.s. living nearby. >> the u.k.'s the daily mail >> said people here who rented a boat to get clothes and get pictures of the barge. >> they claim they sought and got these pictures of a third barge being built at the same place of the existing treasure island bart. the latest rumor about the barge is that it is a new type of mobile showroom for global product. at >> a show that can be disassembled and reassembled easily in different parts of the country. the containers on the barge can separate and be driven to various locations in the city then picked up, brought back to the ship and off the ship goes on to the next port. >> so something like a giant floating show will retail store--global has not confirmed it yet state to allow for more on this. >> the new ipad is now officially on the market. it is apple's new high in a full-size tablet. it is called the air because it's so light and thin. >> i held the thing a
than just a website and the problems run far deeper than a few technological glitches. >> the obama administration says it is pulling out all the stops to try to fix healthcare.gov, including drafting experts from google and other tech firms to help patch up the ailing website, this as we learn that only six people signed up on the first day and 248 people by day two. let's bring in the chairman and ceo of e-health, handled more than 20 million visitors last year. good to see you. thanks for stopping by, gary. give us a sense of how this is more than a website? we have this graphic from xerox which lays out the exchanges. where do you think they got the rocky start here in all of that? >> we're really not an exchange. you're talking about e-commerce. and e-commerce is complex. it's not easy to do. you think about ebay and amazon, it's taken years and years to get those sites, those e-commerce offerings to the point that they're at. it's been the same thing with e-health. we've been at this for 15 years. tremendously complex. i haven't seen your diagram but i'm sure it looks like the
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devices all taken over the weekend from the technology room at the river glen elementary school. parents spent years raising funds for the equipment. the value falls below the deductible so they won't be replaced immediately. >>> police are hoping to speak to a tipster who may have some information on the death of that woman in san francisco's hospital stairwell. investigators say the man told a supervisor at the general hospital he saw someone lying in the stairwell october 4. that's 4 days later the body of lynne spalding was discovered. an attorney for the hospital told spalding's family the supervisor checked that stairwell that day but saw no one. >>> the "chronicle" is the latest major newspaper to stop using the name redskins for washington, d.c.'s nfl football team. there is a growing trend among publications and tv shows in refusing to use the team's name. some native americans find it offensive but the nfl will not change it. the team has won two games this year. they play the 9ers on the november 25. >>> happening today, the nation's budget problems are back in the spotlight o
:50. nothing short of a miracle. the piece of technology that may have saved the life of an l.a. county sheriff's deputy in a shootout. coming up. >> a san jose man has built a replica of indiana jones temple o doom. this is how you celebrate halloween in style. licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. so before the first sneeze help protect with a spray before the first tissue help defend with a wipe. and help prevent with lysol to get 10x more protection with each hand wash and kill 99.9% of germs around the house. this season, go beyond cleaning to help protect your family with lysol. start healthing. you got to love the weekend. it's like everyone came to, "if it's good, let's save it for the weekend." so here's to the kfc ten buck weekend bucket. ten pieces, ten bucks. any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. was anything but. as l-a county deputies patted down male suspect.... ed a >>> what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop in inglewood was anything but. investigators say a male suspect fired a gun hitting both deputies but a f
described for us is a way for the bay area to learn about technology. that is as much as we know. >> google has a patent application for a floating platform mounted computer data center, so the barge could be that. >> great way to generate buzz. >>> so let's buzz about this heat pop as i described it. >> yeah. we started wednesday. we built on it yesterday and today is the climax. let's take a look and show you what's going on. it is quiet out there, clouds lurking off the coast. they're well away from us and they will be steered away by an offshore breeze today. you can see where light is variable this morning. all areas calm, up to 7 miles per hour. all right. let's talk about temperatures when you step outside this morning. if you're heading for san francisco, we're in a very tight range here. 53. christy fields coming in through the ferry building. 5 5. you're heading towards downtown. mission district, about 54. we're at 49 in richmond, 59 at pal alto. santa clara plentiant at 43. good morning to you in petaluma. half moon bay at 41 degrees. you can see who calm is air is this morning
. they have been working on that for 13 years. they say they have used the latest technology to identity weaknesses in the virus. those are shown there in green, yellow and orange. the blue shows the part that's blocking the infection. >> fantastic program. everybody is very excited. we got a really close look at one of hiv's most important protein for vaccines. >> researchers say they have a better understanding of how the protein acts and how it affects the cell. >> honda is recalling more than 300,000 vans. it's all because a problem with the vehicle's braking system that can cause the car to brake suddenly without brake liepghts coming on. honda said the part needed to repair the problem won't be available until early next year. they issued instructions online on how to prevent the sudden braking from happening. >>> christmas is just about eight week away and many stores are already getting into that holiday spirit. some valley mall in concord has put up this giant display and they are not the only ones. that's because retailers are facing a new challenge this year, fewer days bet
-ranked cars. the magazine pointed to the increase in technology for the weaker scores. --ford, in particular, has been plagued with problems with its "my ford touch" system. with drivers complaining about frozen screens, and lags in touch- controls. it's important to note though. these vehicles all top their respective lists in dependability, it doesn't mean consumer reports necessarily "recommends" them. some are not recommended, because they've performed poorly in the magazine's own tests. while others simply haven't been tested at all. >> i'm zain asher in new york. >> apple is reporting a mixed bag of financial news. the tech giant's sales and profits beat wall street estimates for the fiscal fourth quarter -- but shares fell as the company reported a dip in its profit margin. it fell to 37 percent in the fourth quarter -- down three percent from the same quarter last year. apple c-e-o tim cook said the company cares only about selling products customers love. but experts say consumers are increasingly interested in a mix of older and less- expensive apple products, which weigh on the co
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technology in there. she goes on. >> life goes on, love goes on. >> how is dating for bridget in this technical world? >> and also, does she have her same problems of self-worth and her weight and all that stuff too? >> well, i think like most of us, you imagine she was going to change when she got older and actually she hasn't really. but, again, like a lot of women, she finds herself single and the whole landscape has changed. she didn't even have a mobile phone before. texting, there's online dating, the whole thing's completely different. >> viagra. none of that was there before. >> did you see the picture of renee zellweger? we showed a little split screen. >> i didn't, no. >> people are wondering if she -- >> a little bit of something happening there. >> no, i don't think so. i think it's just one of those pictures that you look at and you go -- >> she's famous. and you get photographed. >> will there be a film? >> well, i hope there's a film. it's a little early to be making a film, it would be great if they did. >> you'll be very busy because you'll be chatting with fa
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